Regional Variation in Jespersen's Cycle in Early Middle English

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WALKDEN, George, Donald Alasdair MORRISON, 2017. Regional Variation in Jespersen's Cycle in Early Middle English. In: Studia Anglica Posnaniensia. 52(2), pp. 173-201. ISSN 0081-6272. eISSN 2082-5102. Available under: doi: 10.1515/stap-2017-0007

@article{Walkden2017-12-01Regio-42099, title={Regional Variation in Jespersen's Cycle in Early Middle English}, year={2017}, doi={10.1515/stap-2017-0007}, number={2}, volume={52}, issn={0081-6272}, journal={Studia Anglica Posnaniensia}, pages={173--201}, author={Walkden, George and Morrison, Donald Alasdair} }

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